SILVER SPRING, Md. — Little Debbie snacks have been officially approved as a health food by the General Conference on the eve of a multi-year fundraising campaign for the denomination’s free clinic outreach programs.
In a joint statement issued by the General Conference Treasury and Health & Temperance Departments, Little Debbie snacks were praised for their “nutritious, life-giving, Eden-like ingredients that put a spring in the step of consumers from every walk of life.”
The Adventist-owned snack cake brand and parent company McKee Foods have a proven record of massive donations to the denomination. GC spokesperson Incansis Tent told media representatives this morning that he could think of “no better partner for the church as it fulfills its historical mandate of spreading a bold message of health through free clinics the world over.”
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